Sunday, February 25, 2024

Vocab Of The Day

MALADY (NOUN): Disease Synonyms: affliction, ailment Antonyms: good health, comfort Example Sentence: Smoking causes severe malady. MAUL (VERB): Savage Synonyms: drub, lacerate Antonyms: protect, guard Example Sentence:...

Vocab Of The Day – 02/03/2017

  1.DAPPER (ADJECTIVE): neat in appearance. Synonyms: dashing, rakish Antonyms: disheveled, shabby Example Sentence:  Johnny, despite being poor got his clothes duly cleaned so he would look dapper...

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  1.GAINSAY (VERB): oppose Synonyms: contravene, contradict Antonyms: agree, consent Example Sentence: Nobody had the nerve to gainsay the captain’s decision.   GAWK (VERB): to stare at Synonyms: ogle,...

VOCAB OF DAY

  TENACITY (NOUN): diligence Synonyms: determination, perseverance Antonyms: idleness, slackness Example Sentence: Without tenacity, you will not be able to complete the marathon.   PANICKY (ADJECTIVE):...

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  SPREE (NOUN) - sustained period of unrestrained activity of a particular kind. Synonyms- binge, splurge Antonyms- plurge care, thriftiness Example- Raghu went on three months’...

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  1.CULPABLE (ADJECTIVE): blameworthy Synonyms: wrong, guilty Antonyms: innocent, clean Example Sentence: Their decision to do nothing makes them culpable.   2.CULMINATION (NOUN): climax Synonyms: conclusion, completion Antonyms: introduction, beginning Example Sentence: This...

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VOCABULARY CONQUEST (NOUN): victory Synonyms: rout, annexation Antonyms: forfeit, loss Example Sentence: The conquest was crucial for regional stability. DISASTER (NOUN): trouble Synonyms: calamity, catastrophe Antonyms: advantage, blessing Example Sentence:...

Vocab Of The day – 25/02/2017

  1.GUSTO (NOUN): great enthusiasm Synonyms: zeal, zest Antonyms: lethargy, indifference Example Sentence:  He does his job with great gusto.   VINTAGE (ADJECTIVE) :superior Synonyms: best, choice Antonyms: inferior, worst Example Sentence:  Vintage car rally was...

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VOCABULARY CONSPICUOUS (ADJECTIVE): obvious Synonyms: clear, apparent Antonyms: hidden, concealed Example Sentence: Her conspicuous lack of warmth confirmed that they were no longer friends.   CONSPIRE...

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  MEDIATION (NOUN): attempt to bring to agreement Synonyms: arbitration, negotiation Antonyms: argument, disagreement Example Sentence: The mediation was successful as the warring countries agreed for...

VOCAB OF THE DAY – FEBRUARY 18, 2017

  1.HYSTERIC (ADJECTIVE): mentally maladjusted Synonyms: distraught, maniac Antonyms: stable, sane Example Sentence: He is a hysteric person and you should stay away from him.   CONSORT (NOUN):partner Synonyms: mate, companion Antonyms: antagonist, foe Example Sentence:...

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  INGENUITY (NOUN): Cleverness Synonyms: ability, brilliance Antonyms: clumsiness, ignorance Example Sentence: As per my view, this task is difficult and may require some ingenuity.   ...

VOCABULARIES FOR 9th FEBRUARY, 2017

1. CONVOKE (VERB): to cause to assemble in a meeting Synonyms: assemble, gather Antonyms: disperse, scatter Example Sentence: The Committee intended to convoke the electors. 2. AFFLUENT (ADJECTIVE):...

VOCAB OF THE DAY

  EXCISION (NOUN): cutting Synonyms: ablation, extirpation Antonyms: addition, insertion Example Sentence: The excision of the weed plant was successfully done.   EXCRUCIATING (ADJECTIVE): torturous Synonyms: agonizing,...

Vocab of the day – 22/02/2017

1.BUFF (ADJECTIVE): open Synonyms: uncovered, unclothed Antonyms: clothed, covered Example Sentence: Anyone who wanted to see the eclipse from buff eyes, must be avoided from doing so.   CONSTRUE (VERB):deduce;...

CLAIRVOYANT (ADJECTIVE):- intuitive, psychi Synonyms:- visionary, propheti Antonyms:- real, moderat Example Sentence:-You don't need to be a clairvoyant to see how this is going to turn out.     ...

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  1.ENAMOURED (VERB): delighted by Synonyms: enchanted, fascinated Antonyms: hated, disliked Example Sentence:  My brother is so enamored with cricket that he doesn’t miss a single match.   ...

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PROD (VERB): incite Synonyms:  nudge, press                Antonyms: discourage, repress Example Sentence: He was prodded to complete the tasks.   RAIL (VERB): scold Synonyms: upbraid, berate Antonyms:...

VOCAB OF THE DAY

  COMITY (NOUN):Civility Synonyms: politeness, amenity Antonyms: enmity, hostility Example Sentence: They treated their guests with comity.   PREVARICATE (VERB):Deceive Synonyms: con, garble Antonyms: be honest, tell truth Example Sentence: He is back to the drawing...

VOCABULARIES FOR 11th FEBRUARY, 2017

1.CADGE (VERB): To beg or get by begging Synonyms: beg, sponge Antonyms: give, donate Example Sentence: He asked if he could cadge a ride from somebody.     ...

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VOCABULARY HAMSTRING (VERB): Injure Synonyms: hamper, thwart Antonyms: aid, expedite Example Sentence: Mohan was trying to hamstring my pet. COUNTERMAND (VERB): Cancel Synonyms: revoke, reverse Antonyms: establish, rehabilitae Example...

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UNPRECEDENTED (ADJECTIVE): never done or known before Synonyms: uncommon, peculiar Antonyms: common, ordinary Example sentence: I was trapped in an unprecedented situation. COALITION (NOUN):...

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